Law firms are quickly realizing they can bring ESI processing in-house, and along with review, create a more efficient process than the traditional multi-tool workflow.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 24, 2012
Digital WarRoom e-discovery experts will provide demonstrations of the innovative e-discovery platform at the ILTA 2012 conference at the Gaylord Center in National Harbor, DC, August 26th -30th.
“Our direction with the evolution of the Digital WarRoom products is driven primarily by client requests,” said Barry O’Melia, who heads up the Digital WarRoom products division. “We are working with a number of law firms, from large NLJ250 firms, to solo practitioners, who are starting up or expanding an e-discovery practice. They are quickly realizing that existing IT and litigation support personnel can bring ESI processing in-house, and along with review, create a more efficient process than the traditional multi-tool workflow. With Digital WarRoom end-to-end processing, analytics, review and production of documents, these law firms are raising the level of service to their clients, while reducing the cost of ESI processing to a fraction of the exorbitant GB-based rates they would pay for other tools or outside services.”
The new release of Digital WarRoom offers AD Summation users the ability to transfer case databases and transcript files from Summation into Digital WarRoom. The migration enables users to take advantage of in situ processing within Digital WarRoom, reducing the time and cost involved in reiterative collection and processing in a separate tool. Summation users who are considering alternatives for ESI processing and document review are encouraged to read about migration benefits in the Summation Users’ Guide to Digital WarRoom, available on the Digital WarRoom website.
The Digital WarRoom demo at ILTA will also include a ‘sneak preview’ of advanced TAR (technology assisted review). “The spirit of our approach to TAR is to simplify the analytics as presented to the user, while informing and accelerating attorney decision-making in regards to relevance” added Barry O’Melia.
The full Digital WarRoom product line will be the first platform specifically designed to offer end-to-end capability, from processing through production, for matters of any size:
- Digital WarRoom Pro, the first PC based product for e-discovery, allowing an individually licensed user to conduct complete e-discovery on a Windows computer;
- Digital WarRoom WorkGroup, a multi-user application that allows corporate IT, in-house legal, or law firm e-discovery practitioners to manage e-discovery case data processing, document review and production without high priced volume-based processing;
- Digital WarRoom Remote hosted e-discovery, a full-service hosted platform designed for distributed and virtual team access to case data.
The Digital WarRoom platform is unique in its ability to create and save case data in a portable form. A case database created on any Digital WarRoom product can move seamlessly to any other Digital WarRoom product, with all attorney work product preserved. This unmatched flexibility allows organizations to cost effectively handle an entire portfolio of matters in-house, while retaining the option for full-service hosted review on larger, complex and global matters. To learn more about Digital WarRoom visit http://www.digitalwarroom.com.
Barry O’Melia and the Digital WarRoom team will discuss e-discovery and demonstrate the Digital WarRoom applications at the ILTA 2012 conference. Visit booth 103 to learn more about Digital WarRoom, or to visit http://hub.digitalwarroom.com/meet-digital-warroom-at-ilta-2012 to request a private meeting with an e-discovery expert.
Since its inception in 2002, GGO (Gallivan Gallivan & O’Melia LLC) has successfully completed over 3500 complex e-discovery matters, totalling hundreds of terabytes of data. GGO offers the Digital WarRoom® software and consulting services spanning the entire e-discovery lifecycle from capture through processing, review, and production. Customized services include M&A target data preservation and internal data mining and investigations. Headquartered in Seattle, GGO offices are located in New York, Mountain View, San Francisco, Dallas, Los Angeles, and serves all metropolitan markets in North America. Leading global corporations, Fortune 1000 companies, Am Law 100 law firms, and government agencies, including the Library of Congress, rely on GGO for robust technology and personalized service. To learn more about GGO, visit http://www.digitalwarroom.com